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The Northern Trtrune.
VOL. 9. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1883. NO 3 Northern tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. Jewelry Store, Opposite Postoffico. HEADQUARTERS FOR Watches FEXER'S JEWELRY STORE, Opposite Postofflce. E f BP1LLBR, PAINTER PAPER-HANGER. Third St., Cheboygan, Mich. mayl2-:tm BIEBICAN HOUSE, INDIAN RIVER. MICHIGAN. Henry Bcgers, - - Proprietor. House enlarged, newly refitted, pleasantly situated, opposite railroad depot. Table tlrst class; charges 1 1.00 per day. Patronage of the public solicited. L. T. LIMPERT Watchmaker And Jewelry. Gold ami Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS OF Neatly and Promptly Done. L T. LIMPERT, Notice of Special Assessment. To Oscar Adams, Philip Bries. Elizabeths. Blaney. Geo W Hell, i-arbar Buell, William Bartholomew, Isaac SCoopor, Wm Chandler, Wm Elliott, Cornelius A Gallagher, William H Orier, Cornelius A Gallagher and Duano Ti Burdick, John and James Hoban, Sarah T Home, Moses W Home, John II Klntz, John C Mulvaugh, Daniel I) McDonald. Post & Van Arsdale, Ooortfe i'aquette, Adolphus Hobortson, Anthony Slankiewitz, Samantha K SammonR, Honry A Wotmore, Sarah C Wilson, Oeorgo Wllson.Nancy J Zimmerman, Tunis T Van Arsdale, and all other persons interested in any of the lots and premises hereinafter mentioned and doserihed: NOTICE Is hereby given that by order of the Council of the village of Cheboyuan, an assessment has been made upon the follow ing lots and parcels of land for defraying the expense of the construction of a tile sewer on Elm street from the east side of Builey street to the Cheboygan river, to-wlt : Lots numbered 3, 4, 5. ft, 7, 20, 21 , 22, 23, 2, 2ft, 21). 30, :U, :tr, 37, 38, 3fl, 44, 4f, M, 70, 71, 72. 73 and 74, In what is known as M W Home's llrst and second addition; lot I block 4 In I, Mnckus' uditinn: lot A and lots :;, 4, 5,6 and 7, block 8, and lots3, 4 and ft, Mock 4, In M W Homo's 3d addition; lots 1. -2, Hand in, blocks I and 2, in what is known as Wm Bartholomew's addi tion. And that a roll nf -.i assessment was tiled with dm .Inly Kith. 1MB, and will remain In my iiMU-e until Tuesday, Evening. Aug. 7th next, for the inspection of all persons concerned therein. Notice is n,, ;:iveti thut tin Council nnd Hoard of Assessors of said village will inc. ) at the Council Hoonisln said village on Tues day evening. Aug. 7th next, at I o'clock, to re view said MSeaament, at which time and place pportuntty will lie given nil putties Interest ed to be heard. Dated July lltth. ISM. I. .1. Ill' NT, Village C lerk, Pure Drugs! Olx e m i cal s DYE STUFFS. Perfumery, Dressing, vases and Florentine Statuary A T THE PEOPLES' DRUG sTORE. CASE & PERRIN, Proprietors. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTI STi CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Arsdale'e. VITALIZED AIR. VITALIZED AIR. TEETH EX TRACTED without Pjiin. At Dtt. G. H. HILL'S New Den tal Kooms, west of the O rand Cen tral, opposite the school house. Having secured the exclusive right for Che boygan county, to administer Vitalized with Hurd's Patent Apparatus, (illustrated by the above cut) for the Painless Extraction of Teeth. Dr. Hill is now prepared to do all kinds of dental work in the most thorough manner. Vitalized air is perfectly harmless, and agrees with all constitutions. FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS I WILL SELL Trimmed Hats and Bod nets, ALSO. Flowers at Half Price, FEATHERS, RIBBONS, AND PIECE GOODS, 25 PER CENT. OFF. Call early and secure Bargains. Miss M.W. Smart, Fourth door South of Grand Central Hotel. SAMMONS' Livery, Sale & Feed Stable Hacks, Carriages, Express & Truck Waqons. Passengers transferred to any part of the county at Special rates, to be made at the stable, rear of Pioneer house, 3d street. Par ticular attention paid to fishing parties wish ng teams. P. M. SAMMONS, Agent, aufith Cheboygan. Mich TAKE NOTICE. IMmnoIiiI ion of Pnrtlit rsliip. r THfl partnership entered Into OH the lHth day I of November, A. I). 188J, bet ween Oliver S. Hayd ii and T. Jefferson Downs, doing busi ness undes the firm name of Hayden & Downs, of Indian lUver, Cheboygan County, Michigan, baa i hi1 day beergdi ssolved by mutual consent The successor of Bald linn being Oliver S. May den, who is authorized to collect all bills (bio said firms. Dated, June Mth, lKHlf. A MEF.ICAN HOUSE, F.ast lde of bridge. PETER SPOON EM, Proprietor. This has always lieen a popular hotel and is sustaining it- established reputation. 7Jmy northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JULY 21. 1883. FRANKLIN HOUSE, A. M. TEBO, Proprietor. This bouse Is now fl-t class. Ilie IfSWaB ahvays to be hud. Vegetables of TJulfSm Ticker on a Ntrlke, Thursday noon the telegraph operators in the principal cities throughout the country donned their hats and stepped down and out, refusing to work until certain demands made by them were ac ceded to by the company. At the latest yesterday, neither party was disposed to giye in and as a consequence all tele graphic business was sadly interrupted. What the outcomo will he it is hard to tell. The demand on the part of the tel egrapher's brotherhood is for an increase of 15 per cent in wages and a decrease in number of hours for a day's work and I double pay for Sunday work. As a gen eral thing strikes are disastrous to the strikers let the result he what it may. It is to he hoped that some settlement may be speedily reached, the country cannot afford, in these days of progress, to have even a partial suspension of telegraphic facilities. The Agricultural Society. The adjourned meeting of the Agri cultural society was held at the Town Hall yesterday. The committee appoint ed last week to arrange a premium list, reported, and the list was adopted. Some important changes were made.and we be lieve the list will prove more satisfactory to competitors than at previous fairs. For instan.ee, there are three classes for horses, and in other matters a much wider range is given thau heretofore. Liberal premiums will be offered, the aggregate largely exceeding that of pre vious years. The committee also provid ed for some rare sport, one of the main features being a slow race, in which the owners are to change horses and the last three under the wire take the premiums. Judges for the different departments were selected. The indications point to the most successful fair yet held. The farmers want to become interested and then success isassnr !. for upon them depends the exhibit. Let all do their duty. Concert. The following is the programme for the concert to be gifts at the Opera House next Friday evening, under the auspices of the ladies of the Congrega tional society. Pakt I. L Piano dud, Radlcuse, Gottichalk Misses Magottin and Keables. 2. Vocal solo, Simon the fellarer, Fred Frost. 8. Quartette, Song of tlio Triton, Taylor Miss Paddock, Mrs. Rollo, Messrs. George and S. Fax. 4. Vocal solo, The Flower Girl, Bevlgnani Miss Davis. 5. Vocal duet, Ever United, Cam pan a Miss Paddock and Mr. Geo. Fax. 6. Grand Polka de Concert, Wallace Miss Magoffin. 7. Quartette, Swedish Wedding March, Boderoan Misses Davis, Vorce, Keahles and Mrs. Rollo. Pakt II L Piano duet, Qui Vive Galop Ganz Misses Magoftin and Keables. 2. Vocal solo, The Sea, Neukoimn Mr. Geo. Fax. 3. Quartette. Waltz Song, Wentworth Misses Davis, Vorce, Keables and Mrs. Rollo. 4. Vocal solo, The Lord is My Light. . . .Marsh Miss Paddock. 5. Vocal duet, Messrs. George and S. Fax. 6. Vocal solo, Non Fu Sogno Miss Davis. 7 . Quartette, You Stole my Love. . . MacLarren Messrs. George and S. Fax, Rollo and Frost. The Van Raalte's business on the Sault routs is increasing and she is proving very popular with the traveling public - The Messenger continues to grow in popularity along the north shore route and is proving to be just the boat want ed to meet the demands of the route. - -The steamer Arundell will com mence her usual summer trips from Ray City to Mackinac on Saturday, 28th fust., arriving here Sunday afternoon. - -The Ste, Marie arrived down from the Sault Monday and Wednesday even ings. Sho left for Alpena Wednesday night to take up another load for the Prentis Lumber Company. Bishop Ricliter, of the Roman Catholic church, arrived this afternoon on the City of Cleveland and was warmly re ceived by hundred-' nf men, women and children, the land Lading the JfOCIS sion through the streets. This evening an ovation will be given the Bishop at the parsonage, and individuals who de sire, can pay their aspects to the dis tinguished gentleman and church officer. To-morrow there Will ho onfli -mat ion services and the entire day will he re plete with joyous Interest to every Ro man Catholic. In this community. I.oug Coming, but Well Deaerved. Burt Lake, July 18, 1883. To the Editor of the Northern Tribune. I notice in the Tribune of July 14th, an item that Uhamer Haskins, of this county, has just established his claim for a pension, and will receive about $1,000 back pay. How many of your readers will give the matter a second thought after reading the article? Yet we, his comrades, (and there are some ten or twelve of ns settled on Burt lake) take quite an interest in the matter. Ithamar Haskins, familiarly known as "Uncle Haskins" by his old companions in arms, enlisted in 1861, in company I, 6th Ohio cavalry, being at that time oyer fifty years of age. At the time he en listed he was and is yet a minister of the gospel, but, not like many, he did not apply for a chaplain's position, which he could have had on two differ ent occasions, but preferred to do his duty in the ranks. How many of us look back to those dark days and remem ber the pleasant countenance of Uncle Haskins in time of sickness or danger, always a cheerful word, and always ready to "lend a hand." At that time his hair was as white as snow, but he had the nerve and ambition then that has since, by old age, been somewhat dampened, and we are pleased to learn through the Tribune that his claim has been allowed, it will help smooth the pathway of the few years that are left him of this life, and we hope will make the rest of his days pleasant. The gov ernment has done a just thing in giving a pension to this old veteran, for a braver man, or one that done more for his country during the four years of his enlistment does not exist, and we all unite in saying, we arc glad, and that he may live long to enjoy it, is the wish of his old comrades. W. H. K. Tilth: m:s. The English harvest prospects are bet ter than for several years. A New Jersey law prohpiits sales of tobae co to boys under 16 under penalty of $20. During the past nineteen years the Iowa City Law School has sent out 1,066 lawyers. Louis Wales, the Indian Ghief. died Friday last week, at Lake George, N. Y., aged 100 years. The first iron bridge between the United States and Mexico is completed over the Rio Grande. Buildings to accommodate 50,000 per sons have been put up in New York in the pant six mouths. Forty million dollars is the sum the British government proposes to invest in thenew Suez canal. , The gold coinage held by all the banks of England, Ireland and Scotland amounts to 121 million dollars. Men employed in the rolling mills South Chicago threaten to strike for higher wages next week. Two colored men fought a duel neaa Helena, Aik.,aud the first exchange of shots proved fatal to both. Chicago talks about celebrating the 50th anniversary of her incorporation as a village on the 10th of August. New postoffice8 are being established at the rate of 102 per month, fully three fourths of them being" in the West. Charles Stratton better known as Gen eral Tom Thumb, died at his home in Middletown, Mass.last Sunday, of apo plexy. Cholera spreading in Egypt; five deaths reported from G hizeh, a suburb of Cairo, and a cordon placed about tho town. Mrs. Mary A. Chandler, mother of the secretary of the navy.died at her home in Concord, N. 1L, Saturday night, aged 82 years. The school-house at Underbill, Vt, was struck by lightning Friday, of last week, and all the children were more or less injnred. The Steamer Niagara, of the New York and Cuba Mail Line, burnt off the Florida coast. The passengers were snyed and taken to Havana. Information has been received at the Treasury Department that "filled" $20 gold pieces have appeared in Tennessee and other parts of the South. Thu Georgia legislature is in a ferment over the question of redistricting the state. How to do it without making any Republican districts bothers them. The records of tho Patent Office show that seven patents have been taken out by negroes. This refutes a widely pub lished paragraph which asserted that no patent was ever taken out by a negro. Frank Henderson, while riding one horse and driving another, was killed by lightning near Lafayette, Ind.. Thursday of last week. Kvery bono in Henderson's body was broken. Rev. Gianvilel Moody, known during the war as "the fighting parson." has retired from the ministry after Jialf a century's preaching, and Ii living at Mount Vernon, lo a. Ex-Empress Eugenie is building a 1340.000 church at Flamborough, Eng land, In the memory of her son. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Tyng, of New York, celebrated their golden wedding Wednesday. The doctor is 84. A steamer which arrived at Lisbon from the Congo River reports Henry M. Stanley in good health, but five Belgian members of his party haye died. In accordance with a resolution pass ed at the last meeting of the western nail association every nail mill in tho west closed down Monday for a period of four weeks. The Canadians are becoming more lawabiding, or their officers more lax in executing the laws. Kingston peniten tiary, which formerly had about 900 con victs, now has but 520. The rolling mill at South Chicago will be ready to start up next Monday, but it is said the 2,000 employes will then strike for piece work by the ton instead of the $3 to $3.50 per day they have been receiving of late. Thomas Beltz, a farmer living near Ida Grove, la., was instantly killed by lightning while hoeing corn one tiny last week. When found he still had tuo hoe in his hands, and some silver coins in his pocket were melted into a solid mass. A new church, to he known as the Peo ple'" chuch, has been established at Harrison, Clare county. It has eight trus tees, one from each of the three denom- tions represented in Harrison, and ve from among "tho world's people" Kansas City, Mo., tried the new Sun day law Sunday; and arrests for drunk enness fell off 00 per cent, the few made arising from oue saloon having defied the law. Same result in other cities In the state. A fashion paper says: "Nothing but coral necklaces can be seen upon society belles this season". We wish when they have an item of this kind that they would name the town and tell us how soon we can get there Chicago 1 1, raid. The Western Union telegraph opera tors are greatly dissatisfied with recent rules adopted by that company. About 400 operators from different parts of tho country met in Philadelphia last Satur day and another in Chicago, to take ac tion in regard to their grievances. At the recent Washington civil service examination the best time was made by a colored man, who filled his papers iu four hours, six hours being the limit. Only about 30 out of 50 applicants suo ceeded in filling their papers within the limited six hours. The indictment against the Jews at Nyrreghhaza, Hungary, who are charged with killing a Christian girl and using her blood in the passover bread, will be withdrawn, and the government intends to prosecute to the utmost concoetors of the plot against the Jews. A Western preacher, whose eongu Ra tion had begun to fall off somen ' r, had it intimated that he would discus a fam ily scandal the following Sunday morn ing. As a consequence the church was crowded. The minister's subject was Ad am and Eve.-- Sunday Magazine, An interesting New York letter an nounces Mr. Tilden's Presidential plans from an authentic source, and states that he does uot propose to permit any tariff agitation iu the next House of Represent atives. The Democratic National Conven tion will be at Saratoga if he can control it, and he will attend in person. Tin: sta IE. Eleven telephone lines center a t Ann Arbor. Senator Conger is to make the rounds of the Michigan life-saving stations. Burglars raided Lansing Tuesday night. Three houses were robbed am! at tempts made to rob two others. Losses small. Leonard Ames, the Port Huron man shot by his wife at Alpena recently, If in a fair way to recover. A Grand Rapids man arrested on com plaint of his wife. He was drunk and she wanted him put where he could not dis turb his dying child. The sheriff of Houghton county had five victims of jim-jams in jaii one week, and ho said the scene was like hell let out for noon. M. J. Smiley, law partner of the late I). Darwin Hughes, is spoken of as the probable successor of Mr. Hughes as at torney for the G. R. &I. R. R. Rev. David Hoag has been convicted at Saginaw for boating his wife. He will serve three months in the Ionia house of correction, so says the Saginaw Courier. Kugene Ostrander, the Gratiot cminfc schoolmaster tried for assatllt and IgV tery on a little boy, one of ln' -rlm. has been convicted and lined. Th'-By is dead. The statement is made that work; Cornwall and Sault Ste. Hani .. I.;.. I, lil...l.. in i..,, .. i ti to mm !. ..III. o IB lim-iy in iiw. nuMwvutviq w to the Canadian Pacific Road, will be) w- gun next month. The rainfall during June, measured at the offilce of State Board of Health, was nearly ten inches, and exceeds the aver age for five years by four and one half Inches, and fOf seventeen years, at the Agricultural College, by six inclo-. D. Darwin Hughes, of Grand EUpldS, one of tho leading attorneys of the Slate, died last week and was buried last Saturday. Bishop Gillespie, of the Rpls- copal church conducting tho pomes Tlio attendance was large.